Geoff Allardice

Even as franchise-based cricket is sprouting here, there and everywhere, making player availability for national duty increasingly challenging in a packed international calendar, ICC chief executive Geoff Allardice remains optimistic, at least publicly.

England captain Ben Stokes left the 50-over format last month due to an “unsustainable” schedule, while India’s Virat Kohli has spoken out against the players’ increasing workload.

“There’ll still be all-format players,” Allardice told ESPNcricinfo.

Mar 29, 2022 19:03
DUBAI: Discussions are on to “bridge the gap between women and men’s prize money” in cricket’s global competitions, the ICC’s chief executive Geoff Allardice has said. The game’s apex body plans to bring in parity in prize money for finishing positions in its men’s and women’s tournaments in the next eight-year cycle starting from 2024 to 2031.
Nov 22, 2021 13:11
DUBAI: After an eight-month spell on an interim basis, Geoff Allardice has been appointed as the International Cricket Council's permanent CEO. The ICC made the announcement Sunday, with Allardice continuing in the role he took over in March. Allardice expressed his satisfaction upon his permanent appointment, extending his gratitude to ICC chair Greg Barclay.
Jun 15, 2021 16:06
DUBAI: Even as unnamed BCCI sources offer various scenarios being comtemplated under which the upcoming T20 World Cup could still be staged in India, International Cricket Council interim CEO Geoff Allardice has sought to offer a reality check.